There’s plenty to do this month for art, culture, and music buffs with fashion events, art exhibits, and music festivals happening across the globe this month. Ahead, our culture calendar for March 2020.
Held across two floors at Tokyo International Forum, the art fair is the largest in Japan and features 147 local and international exhibitors. Themed “with Art”, this year’s edition aims to bring people together through art, regardless of differences.
After last year’s edition at Virginia Key, the world’s leading electronic dance music festival returns to its original home in Bayfront Park with a line-up featuring some of the best DJs like Flume, Major Lazer, Kygo and David Guetta.
In his first solo presentation here, Indonesian artist Iswanto Soerjanto showcases two printing techniques he is known for. Rather than using a camera, he primes paper surfaces with different chemical substances and controls the way light falls on them to capture an image. By appointment only at Mizuma Gallery until further notice.
Showcasing Japan’s creativity to the world, the inaugural event presents fashion and art activations such as street runways, art installations, dance performances and talk sessions across five key districts in the city: Nihonbashi, Marunouchi, Shibuya, Ginza and Daikanyama.
Tickle your funny bone at a range of local and international shows by both emerging and world-class comedians across the city. Look out for favourites like David O’Doherty from Ireland, Rich Hall from the US and Kanan Gill from India.
Compiled in partnership with Tate London, the retrospective at the Bucerius Kunst Forum in Hamburg comprises about 100 of the influential British artist’s works from over 60 years of his career. Some major works like The First Marriage (A Marriage DIARY of Styles I), Mr and Mrs Clark and Percy, and My Parents are being exhibited in Germany for the first time.
One of China’s foremost contemporary artists makes a departure from the moving image practice she is known for and presents her new large-scale kinetic sculptural installation at National Gallery Singapore